West Ham are set to offer Michail Antonio a new deal that could keep him at the club until he is 33, Football Insider understands.
The Hammers man-of-the-moment has entered the final 12 months of his current contract and the club are keen to tie him down to an extension.
A West Ham source has told Football Insider that the club plan to offer Antonio, 30, a two-year contract with the option of a one-year extension.
The package that will be put before the spearhead will be roughly the same salary as his current agreement.
Discussions have been held at board level over the Antonio plan and now talks are set to open with the player in the coming weeks over a deal that could see him spend the rest of his career at the London Stadium.
Antonio is believed to be keen on a long-term contract at West Ham, where his status reached an all-time high at the weekend.
The fans favourite became the first West Ham player in Premier League history to score four goals in one game in the 4-0 thrashing of Norwich City on Saturday.
It extended his purple patch since the restart, which has brought him six goals from six matches and taken his haul for the campaign to eight from 21 league games.
The £7million signing from Nottingham Forest has played in defence, midfield and attack during his five years at the London Stadium.
He has now displaced record signing Sebastien Haller as the first-choice striker at West Ham and scored 36 times in 151 games for the club.
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